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Found it colincactus found Church Micro Challenge

Sunday, June 30, 2013South East England, United Kingdom

Church micros are something that we used to do a bit when we started caching but then for some reason it tailed off. Checking now I see that when this challenge was published in September 2011 we'd only done 25 and of those only two were in that year.

Now however the various church micro challenges have revitalised it for me, and I'm discovering what interesting places many of these churches are.

My consecutive set of 10 church micros are the numbers 50-59. I started to complete that sequence back in August of last year, and I finally finished it a few weeks back. I think I could've picked an easier set as I DNFed a couple of them. Now I've found 64 church micros.

50 GC1B376 Church Micro 50...North Holmwood 1 Sep 2010
51 GC17Y7N Church Micro 51...Send 19 Aug 2012
52 GC17Y88 Church Micro 52...Old Woking 19 Aug 2012
53 GC1CA8J Church Micro 53...Pyrford Relaunched 4 Jun 2013
54 GC17ZPD Church Micro 54...Wisley 1 May 2013
55 GC186T1 Church Micro 55...Effingham 24 Apr 2013
56 GC1857Z Church Micro 56...Merrow 18 Mar 2009
57 GC19EPD Church Micro 57...Horsell 1 May 2010
58 GC1AGBW Church Micro 58...Sutton Park 5 Jun 2013
59 GC182BA Church Micro 59...Dark Ghost Prowl 25 Apr 2013

More details here.

We came looking for the cache this evening. There seemed to be many possibilities fitting the hint and Bobcat was telling me that the GPSr was hopeless under the trees (and complaining that he shouldn't have worn shorts with all those spikes). However I suddenly spotted a huge pile of stickoflage and there was the cache. After signing the log I removed a few of the sticks to make it a little less obvious.

#1406 TFTC

My church micro statsI've currently found 64

infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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